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Re: Microservices Architecture

So who wants to join up and start the new TogetherJ? Steve On 25 March 2015 at 20:23, Gregg Wonderly gergg@... [service-orientated-architecture] < ... So
Steve Jones
Apr 13
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Re: Mark on Microservices

No Mark,  I do not have and ever had "this assertion (that microservices are Java applets)". I say that microservice is LIKE Java applets, now it is with
Michael Poulin
Apr 13
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Re: Microservices Architecture

Yes, I agree with Gregg - a new generation is non-littered again and reinvents the wheal.  I disagree with Greg that a size of work is relevant to services.
Michael Poulin
Apr 13
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Re: Mark on Microservices

... Michael, have you used Docker or Rocket? If so then you'll know that neither of these actually dictate the size of images. We're talking about an OS image
Mark Little
Apr 5
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Re: Mark on Microservices

@Steve Something has changed in OASIS SOA: service contract and context are defined much wider than MS use and can support + the emphasise now is on
Michael Poulin
Apr 5
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Re: Microservices Architecture

To me, this is just a progression based on the education and experience of the vastly self trained developer community that the internet boom created. Some of
Gregg Wonderly
Apr 5
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Re: Mark on Microservices

Mark, Let me comment this phrase:>>applications must have some entry point for clients and whereas we may assume that there's intelligence in the client that's
Michael Poulin
Mar 25
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Re: [EXT] [service-orientated-architecture] Microservices Architectu

Hi David,  SOA is steadily working its way in business and tries to keep its sttements and steps consistent and accurate (in contrast to calling any new buss
Michael Poulin
Mar 25
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Re: Microservices Architecture

Mark,Following the line of your thoughts, I can say that there is a third category of people who believes that microservices may be useful, but they are not
Michael Poulin
Mar 25
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Re: Mark on Microservices

I'm with Mark here. I used to use the truly dreadful term 'servlient' to describe services that acted as both server and client in a network. There is no
Steve Jones
Mar 25
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Re: Microservices Architecture

+1 Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android From:"Mark Little nmcl2001@... [service-orientated-architecture]"
Eric Newcomer
Mar 25
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Re: Microservices Architecture

Agreed, the good practice at the heart of microservices is no different now than it has been over the past few decades. What seems to be driving microservices
Mark Little
Mar 15
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Re: Mark on Microservices

Apologies for the delay in replying, but I've been travelling a lot recently. ... Michael, I'm pretty sure I understand the difference between an application
Mark Little
Mar 15
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Re: [EXT] [service-orientated-architecture] Microservices Architectu

Hi Richard, Good question. Your example is generically "just a service" because it has no context apart from being an example of the use of a standard. "Micro
davotnz
Mar 15
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Re: Jason on Microservices

If you read "“an approach to developing a single application as a suite of small services, each running in its own process and communicating with lightweight
Michael Poulin
Mar 15
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